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Daniel's Broiler Leschi - This hidden treasure is one of the most romantic sites in the Seattle area. Built in a converted 1919 boathouse, it has some of the most spectacular views in the area and has been a Seattle landmark since 1980. A 30-foot high window in the Main Dining Room frames a panoramic view of the Cascades and Mt. Rainier.      200 Lake Washington Boulevard, Seattle, WA 98122 Dinner, Sat./Sun. Brunch, Happy Hour, Lounge.

Daniel's Broiler Leschi - This hidden treasure is one of the most romantic sites in the Seattle area. Built in a converted 1919 boathouse, it has some of the most spectacular views in the area and has been a Seattle landmark since 1980. A 30-foot high window in the Main Dining Room frames a panoramic view of the Cascades and Mt. Rainier. 200 Lake Washington Boulevard, Seattle, WA 98122 Dinner, Sat./Sun. Brunch, Happy Hour, Lounge.

Daniel designed the dining room table out of reclaimed barn beams and slate tile. For dinner parties, Alicia uses chalk to write the names of guests on the slate in lieu of place cards.

Daniel designed the dining room table out of reclaimed barn beams and slate tile. For dinner parties, Alicia uses chalk to write the names of guests on the slate in lieu of place cards.

"Before, [the house] was a lot of tiny little rooms, there wasn't a lot of flow to it," Hilaria explains, and so architect Fred Throo and interior designer Daniel Romanoff worked together to create "this really open space that I definitely wanted." The pristine kitchen opens onto the family and dining room, where the family eats dinner together most nights.

"Before, [the house] was a lot of tiny little rooms, there wasn't a lot of flow to it," Hilaria explains, and so architect Fred Throo and interior designer Daniel Romanoff worked together to create "this really open space that I definitely wanted." The pristine kitchen opens onto the family and dining room, where the family eats dinner together most nights.

"Before, [the house] was a lot of tiny little rooms, there wasn't a lot of flow to it," Hilaria explains, and so architect Fred Throo and interior designer Daniel Romanoff worked together to create "this really open space that I definitely wanted." The pristine kitchen opens onto the family and dining room, where the family eats dinner together most nights.

"Before, [the house] was a lot of tiny little rooms, there wasn't a lot of flow to it," Hilaria explains, and so architect Fred Throo and interior designer Daniel Romanoff worked together to create "this really open space that I definitely wanted." The pristine kitchen opens onto the family and dining room, where the family eats dinner together most nights.

"Before, [the house] was a lot of tiny little rooms, there wasn't a lot of flow to it," Hilaria explains, and so architect Fred Throo and interior designer Daniel Romanoff worked together to create "this really open space that I definitely wanted." The pristine kitchen opens onto the family and dining room, where the family eats dinner together most nights.

"Before, [the house] was a lot of tiny little rooms, there wasn't a lot of flow to it," Hilaria explains, and so architect Fred Throo and interior designer Daniel Romanoff worked together to create "this really open space that I definitely wanted." The pristine kitchen opens onto the family and dining room, where the family eats dinner together most nights.

Sliding mirrored doors separate the dining room from the kitchen in architect and designer Daniel Romualdez's Los Angeles home.

Sliding mirrored doors separate the dining room from the kitchen in architect and designer Daniel Romualdez's Los Angeles home.

modern to the core.  A sleek core table by Slate Design for daily life: eating, working, entertaining.  Pop in the concealed storage leaf and up your dinner party capacity from six to eight.  Stained a smoky dark grey, engineered wood and hardwood veneer is precisely cut to seamlessly align grain, with or without extension.  Stances sleek and spare on iron tube u-legs with grey-brown powdercoat.  Learn about Mark Daniel on our blog.

modern to the core. A sleek core table by Slate Design for daily life: eating, working, entertaining. Pop in the concealed storage leaf and up your dinner party capacity from six to eight. Stained a smoky dark grey, engineered wood and hardwood veneer is precisely cut to seamlessly align grain, with or without extension. Stances sleek and spare on iron tube u-legs with grey-brown powdercoat. Learn about Mark Daniel on our blog.

Sliding mirrored doors separate the dining room from the kitchen in architect and designer Daniel Romualdez's Los Angeles home | archdigest.com

Sliding mirrored doors separate the dining room from the kitchen in architect and designer Daniel Romualdez's Los Angeles home | archdigest.com

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